Dom Van Brunschot   BSpPath

Clinic Manager 

 

Since graduating from The University of Queensland in 1997, Dom has worked with a wide variety of patients in remote indigenous communities, rural areas and urban environments. He is passionate about the difference holistic and integrated care can make for people. Dom was appointed the UQ Health and Rehabilitation Clinics Speech Pathology Manager in January 2016. His priorities are to ensure clients experience exceptional care, provide the best clinical experience to students and support the wonderful team of Speech Pathologists.

Susan Walker   MSpPath

Clinical Educator

Susan is a clinical educator in speech pathology. She started her career in medical research, working primarily in the field of immunology. A career change led to speech pathology and she graduated from The University of Queensland Masters of Speech Pathology course in 2007. Prior to commencing in clinical education at The university of Queensland in 2011 she worked with adults in the public hospital setting, in a range of areas from acute medicine to adult rehabilitation. Adult speech and language rehabilitation following brain injury and accent modification continue to be an area of interest.

Emma Bray   BBehavSci/BCCJ, MSpPathSt

Clinical Educator 

Emma works as a Clinical Educator in speech pathology at The University of Queensland. Emma brings her background in behavioural science and speech pathology in private practice to UQ, teaching and educating students in adult and paediatric fluency. Emma also works in private practice, where she is able to utilise her specialist knowledge and experience in fluency, as well as continuing to develop clinical skills with the general paediatric population.
 

Nicolien McMah   BSpPath

Clinical Educator 

 

Nici joined The University of Queensland’s speech pathology team in 2007 as a Manager and Clinical Educator. Over the years her clinical focus has been paediatrics, working within the community, educational settings and private sector. Her expertise is in the areas of paediatric speech, language and literacy development.

Anne Pearson   BSpPath

Clinical Educator 

 

Anne graduated as a Speech Pathologist from the University of Queensland in 1999 and has worked in school, early intervention and private practice settings. She has experience with a range of communication difficulties primarily with children and adolescence, as well as particular interests in helping children with speech disorders and children with literacy difficulties.  Anne has worked as a Clinical Educator at the University of Queensland since 2010 and continues to enjoy providing support and services to people with communication difficulties through the clinical education of speech pathology students.

Claire Monsour   BSpPath

Clinical Educator 

Claire joined the UQ Speech Pathology team in 2009 as a Clinical Educator. Prior to this she worked as a paediatric Speech Pathologist in education and disability settings. Claire has experience with a range of communication difficulties in the paediatric population, and has special interest in early speech and language development and disorders, as well as developmental play skills. She is passionate about working in Interprofessional Practice and Education.